DVD Jacques Perconte - Corps, 77', contains 3 films (SNSZ, UAOEN, ISZ) and a 44-page booklet.
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Blu-Ray Jacques Perconte - Paysages, 77', contains 4 films (UISHET, APRÈS LE FEU, IMPRESSIONS, CHUVA) and a 44-page booklet.
Bien que peu connu, Teo Hernández est l'un des réalisateurs mexicains les plus importants du cinéma expérimental au format Super 8, qui depuis son exil volontaire en France, s'est entièrement consacré à une pratique artistique multiforme au sein de la communauté homosexuelle et des milieux culturels alternatifs parisiens. Le livre paraît à l'occasion de l'exposition "Teo Hernández : Éclater les apparences" à la Villa Vassilieff (8 février - 27 avril 2019) et rassemble une sélection de fragments des carnets de l'artiste, disparu prématurément à Paris en 1992.
"Since the early 1990s, visionary artist Joost Rekveld has been exploring the inner depths and outer reaches of optical expression at the nexus of technology and natural phenomena, producing a body of astonishing works of mesmerizing abstraction. Rekveld's film combine a remarkable ingenuity and facility with the image-making capabilities of various machines (many of his own design) with his radically inventive theories and approaches to form, motion, and perception.
These films foreground the experiences of our surroundings and cinematic space, while engaging in singular aesthetic journeys of their own. Narratives of space are traced in this work, exploring material environments constructed as sites, by movement and habit, and the workings of finance and capital.
Includes an essay by Jonathan P. Watts, contemporary art critic and lecturer at the Royal College of Art, London.
DVD gathering 16 films by Vivian Ostrovsky made between 1982 and 2014.
"An intimate – yet humorous – act of cultural resistance, the cinema of Vivian Ostrovsky is a gesture, implying the filmmaker’s entire body – as she travels around the world, carrying the gear, framing with a camera-eye. She digs in archival footage for an immense repertory of cinematic gestures performed by others – and playfully edits them with her own Super-8 shots. Multi-culturalism and polyglotism are woven into this poetics of displacement."
- Bérénice Reynaud
Sirio Luginbühl was an italian underground film-maker, his film production began in 1967. With friends filmmakers and artists he experimented new techniques and styles. He was also interested in art and literature and took part to various avant-gard projects. The book “Collected notes on underground cinema, art and performance- 1964-2014” is the witness of his world made of kwowledge, experiences and people, curiosity for anyone who would carry a message from the world of art.
DVD with 6 short films by the Robert Todd.
Nina Danino is one of the foremost British experimental filmmakers of her generation. Her films explore the relationship of image to sound, and of theory to practice. She draws upon her own personal history as well as literary and artistic works, which are filtered through a poetic interpretation of feminist theory that foregrounds women’s personal experience and expression. These inspirations are restructured through image-making, editing and voice performances to create original works of striking intensity and emotional force.
VSW Press is pleased to announce our latest publication, Bouquets 11-20: Notebooks by Rose Lowder, an exciting new artist book featuring direct reproductions of the notebooks of experimental filmmaker Rose Lowder. Each page is an illustrated transcription of 10 seconds of 16mm film from Lowder's Bouquets series, hand-drawn in 24-frame increments by the artist after the film has been shot.